Concerts you Should Attend

An opinion on the top concerts to see, from almost every genre, coming up soon in Colorado.

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Concerts you Should Attend

Travis Scott recently visited Denver, Colorado on December 12, 2018, the concert was hosted by Pepsi Center and was an amazing night filled with great music.

Travis Scott recently visited Denver, Colorado on December 12, 2018, the concert was hosted by Pepsi Center and was an amazing night filled with great music.

Kylee Ellinger

Travis Scott recently visited Denver, Colorado on December 12, 2018, the concert was hosted by Pepsi Center and was an amazing night filled with great music.

Kylee Ellinger

Kylee Ellinger

Travis Scott recently visited Denver, Colorado on December 12, 2018, the concert was hosted by Pepsi Center and was an amazing night filled with great music.

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Concerts benefit us in so many ways, and this time of the year it is a true struggle to find the motivation to finish the school year strong. From brand-new artists to seasoned artists that have been around forever, concerts provide us with a community with the same interest. Personally, I believe concerts are great and benefit us in so many ways, they are guaranteed to put you in a good mood.

The only group that I have seen on this list is Florence and the Machine, and they are amazing. I went to their concert in September of 2018 and even ten rows away, I felt like I was in the first row. Florence and the Machine have many amazing songs and this US tour reflects their “High as Hope” album that was released in June of 2018. If you’re interested in this group, tickets are on sale now for their visit to Red Rocks Amphitheater on May 20 and 21, 2019.

Many of these concerts are at small venues and only a few are at big places, such as the Pepsi Center or Red Rocks Amphitheater. The Pepsi Center is definitely a great place to go see a concert, there are comfy seats and lots of room. So if you’re claustrophobic I highly recommend the Pepsi Center. In addition to big venues, there are places like the Fillmore Theater or the Ogden. Both of these places are also amazing to see a concert because of the proximity to all of the other concert attendees, everyone connects with each other and you have the chance to meet so many new people. Whether it’s a small venue or a venue with assigned seats concerts are a great place to be.

Even though I haven’t seen many of these artists, all of them would be great concerts. No matter the genre of the artist, concerts have so much energy and are guaranteed to have you dancing around with your best friends. “My favorite part about a concert is how you can meet someone you’ve never met and turn up with the, like it’s always good company,” Jaiden Constance (12) said. Take a look at this concert list, organized by genre, to see if there’s anyone you would want to sing along with.

 

 

Hip Hop/ Rap

Vince Staples – March 18

Lil Baby – March 25

A Boogie Wit da Hoodie – March 26

Lil Pump and Lil Skies – May 1

Kodak Black – May 5

Pop

Quinn XCII – March 23

Julia Michaels – April 1

P!nk – April  1

Lennon Stella – April 1

Conan Gray – April 12

Pentatonix – May 19

Country

Brett Young – March 14

Maren Morris – March 18

Eric Church – May 10/11

Luke Combs – May 12

R&B/ Soul

SoMo – April 25

Jorja Smith – May 25

Alternative/ Rock

Citizen Cope – March 15

James Bay – March 22

Hozier – April 5

The 1975 – April 30

The Rolling Stones – May 26

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